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The Shooting: Part 2

September 18th, 2009 by Celeste Fremon

michael-shrine

Last Sunday night, Karen Domaloan had an unusually vivid dream
about her son, Michael. “He used to come to me in dreams all the time,” she said when we talked on Monday afternoon. “But now it’s just on certain days, like on my birthday, and then last night, I guess because the anniversary’s coming up.” By “anniversary,” Karen meant that the date of her son’s death had come around again.

On the night of September 17, 2003, Michael was shot three times, once in the leg, once in the shoulder, once in the back. The latter wound caused extensive damage to multiple organs and was the fatal one.

“With a wound like that people can be walking around and all the time they’re bleeding out internally,” said Dr. Juan Carrillo, a deputy medical examiner in the LA County’s Coroner’s office, and the man who performed the autopsy on Michael Domaloan.

Michael was pronounced dead at Northridge Medical Center at thirty-eight minutes after midnight, on September 18, exactly six years ago.

When any parent who loses a child, healing comes with difficulty, if at all. Karen thinks the dream was one more marginal step toward whatever healing she will ever gain. In it, she said, Michael reenacted what had happened on the night he died, taking her through the moments step by step. “I know it sounds weird,” she told me, “But I felt like he thought I was finally ready to hear it.”

Dreams notwithstanding, certain facts are in dispute about the night of September 17, 2003. Still there is much that can be known. We know that Michael Domaloan, 21, and Felix Quiroz, 23, were each shot outside a club named Bub Blars that was located nearby to Cal State Northridge. We know that for each of the two young men, the wounds were fatal.

We also know that the club, which has since closed, was favored by a mostly 20-something crowd who came for the flavored tobacco that one could smoke in large, exotic-looking hookas. They came too for the socializing and for the weekly open mic rap battles.

We also know that before Michael and his friends made it inside the club, a series of events occurred involving several groups of highly intoxicated and truculent young men. whose shouts and drunken bravado led to two separate physical fights. The last fight led to tragedy.

One of the groups was Michael and company , who, in the last years or so, had loosely formed themselves into a party crew that they had named Insane Hispanics. IH for short. The other group was made up of another party crew that called itself Loked Up Kriminals or LUK.

Some party or tagging crews morph eventually into full fledged shooting, drug-dealing gangs and LUK showed some signs of heading that direction. But in 2003 both crews were mostly groups of young men who drank too much on the weekend then sometimes got into fist fights. During the week, the majority of the crew members went back to their jobs and girlfriends and lives. But with LUK anyway, there were starting to be guns in evidence.

The first of the fights occurred when Michael and Felix and some of their friends, both male and female, were in Bub Blar’s parking lot preparing to go inside when a guy named Maarouf Mansour pulled up in his car, his sound system pumped up glass-shatteringly loud. Mansour was a member of a real gang— Brown Pride Surrenos—and he was drunk and bored. After Mansour allegedly “hit up” several of the club patrons—i.e. asked them what gang they were from. After that, Monsour, Felix and Michael exchanged a volley of verbal challenges, followed by a bizarre fist fight in which, for the duration of the slugfest, Mansour stayed in the driver’s seat of his car while he and the other two flailed at each other. Mansour at one point even bit Michael.

After a several minutes of mutual pummeling, one of the owners of the club called the police, then tried to break the fight up. After a bit more posturing, the fighters scattered.

Mansour did not return to the club. After he left Bub Blars was stopped by police, and subsquently arrested when officers found a hand gun hidden in his vehicle’s console.

However, Michael and company came back a half hour or so later. When they did, they ran into the LUK faction who had heard about the earlier fight and now appeared to want one of their own. Among the the LUK contingent was a banty rooster of a kid named Chris Landros who had a girlfriend working at Bub Blars. Like Michael and friends, Landros seemed to be looking for a reason to throw some righteous punches—and began, as he himself put it, “talking shit” to some of the IH crew.

Within minutes, the shouts, insults, challenges and taunts escalated into blows. Although around six young men took part in the brawl, after a while, the three primary fighters were Michael, Felix and Chris Landros, while a crowd from both groups plus some strangers hovered. One of the hovering LUK guys was Alijandro Murillo, a twenty-something with a fade haircut who had been reported by witnesses to be openly displaying a gun a few minutes before the fight. When the fight got started, he allegedly pulled the gun.


Just before midnight, by his own account, Murillo fired between five and seven
shots at the combatants. He hit Felix once. He hit Chris Landros once by accident, but the wound was not serious. He hit Michael three times. One of the shots—the killing shot—was fired at nearly point blank range according to Dr. Carrillo. “I’d say the shooter was one to three inches away,” he told me. “We can tell because of the soot and the stippling on the body.”

Murillo would later say that he blasted at the fighters only to save Chris Landros’ life. However Landros himself would testify in court that the last few shots were fired when he had already broken away from the fight and was safely inside Bub Blars.

Alejandro Murillo, was arrested a month and a half later in the very early hours of November 4.

The arrest took place at his parents’ house where he often spent time. Murrillo must have seen the police coming up the front walk. He ran to the back of the house and began fumbling with the lock on a sliding glass door, evidently intending to flee. An LAPD officer named Rodriguez was stationed in the yard, expressly to guard against this possibility. When Alejandro spotted the backyard cop, he slammed the glass door closed again and ran into the house where he encountered still more police.

In their post-arrest search, officers fished a loaded Colt .38 revolver out from under the living room couch, its serial number filed off. (Murillo later admitted the gun was his.) They also found baggies amounting to 23.5 grams of crystal meth in the same vicinity.

At Murillo’s own dwelling, the cops found another gun—a .22 semi-automatic— plus ammunition for four different kinds of firearms.

Among the other property seized, the police listed several items they characterized as gang related. There were four computer print outs that read Loked Up Criminals—”Loked-up” being slang for crazy—plus two notebooks with supposed “gang writings” inside them, one allegedly containing a sort of organizational manifesto for LUK.

Officers transported Alex Murrillo back to the Devonshire division police station. There, two interesting things happened:

As lead detective John Fleming prepared to begin questioning his suspect, Murillo said he wanted to talk to his brother.

Incredibly the detectives complied right away with the request made by their multiple gun possessing, double murder suspect.

As it happens, finding Alijandro Murillo’s older brother was no problem. He was LAPD Officer Ignacio Murrillo of Devonshire division, badge No.34879, who, serendipitously, turned out to be on duty that day..

The police report suggests that the two brothers were permitted to meet privately. According to the report, after Murillo the murder suspect finished meeting with Murillo the cop, suspect Murillo told the detectives, that if “he was to be interviewed it would be by Detective Oppelt … or Officer Holmes.”

Once more the detectives acquiesced to Murillo’s dictation of terms. Detective Oppelt was dutifully fetched. The record shows that he read Suspect Murillo his Miranda rights. Murillo waived his rights.

And the interview began.

TO BE CONTINUED….

Posted in criminal justice, The Shooting | 57 Comments »

57 Responses

  1. Sure Fire Says:

    Come on Celeste, what’s with this..”Certainly some party or tagging crews morph eventually into full fledged gangs and LUK showed a few signs of heading that direction. But in 2003 neither crew was much more than a group of young men who had grown up together, who drank too much on the weekend and sometimes got into fights. Then during the week they went back to their jobs and girlfriends and lives. But with LUK anyway, there were starting to be guns in evidence”.

    I guess a sign would be the shooter having a gun and opening fire, doesn’t that sound a little bit more like a gang would operate than..”a group of young men who had grown up together, who drank too much on the weekend and sometimes got into fights.”

    You’re so soft on these thugs at times it’s incredible.

  2. Celeste Fremon Says:

    Hang in, Sure Fire. The story’s not over.

    (And do reread the chapter, as I may have added more since your comment. I put it up while I was still writing.)

    But about the gang thing, I honestly don’t know of LUK was a gang or not. I tend not to think so. The valley gang cops I spoke with didn’t think either group was a gang. They’d never heard of them. Nor did the guys who were around at that time think so. In truth, I don’t think it matters, one way or the other. What is certain, is that they were a group of drunken guys who behaved stupidly and violently with tragic consequences. However that doesn’t make them a gang.

    Maybe I’m splitting hairs, but I’m just trying to be as scrupulously accurate with this story as I possibly can be as it’s a tricky one. And I want the reader to be able to draw his or her own conclusions without any of my biases getting in the way..

  3. Kelvin Says:

    Celeste: ” I want the reader to be able to draw his or her own conclusions without any of my biases getting in the way..” We may disagree from time to time, but I would never accuse you of bias. I’m staying tuned for the rest of the story with a nasty feeling that justice was not done in this case…

  4. reg Says:

    Celeste – you are succeeding in your intent because your biases are in no shape or form getting in the way of Misfire’s biases, although your attempts to be scrupulously accurate appear to. Good work.

  5. GABE Says:

    ( tHAKS For cotinuing the story celeste. im moniques brother. u interviewed me a few yrs back) The main point of the story is to show how some jackass turned a simple fight into a sensless double murder…plus.. the shooter is free of charges. Get the point.I knew mike very good and i knew felix. They were ready to fight for whatever reason, IT SHOULD HAVE STAYED AT JUST A FIGHT.. guy starts shooting bullets, kills 2 good men. Its just wrong period!!

  6. Celeste Fremon Says:

    I remember you very well, Gabe. We talked at the table that afternoon when I was interviewing various of Michael’s friends at Karen’s house. Thanks for coming over and commenting.

  7. John Moore Says:

    The presence of dealer quantity of crystal meth at the shooter’s residence should be a big red flag.

    Looking forward to the rest of the article.

  8. Gava Joe Says:

    John Moore and Sure Fire are obsessed with gangs. They will try to find a gang connection to any crime committed by a black or Latino.

  9. Sure Fire Says:

    Nope, but I agree with Gabe that a fight that stays a fight is just that, even if they’re gangsters, at least nobody gets shot. If gangsters weren’t such pussies they wouldn’t need a gun and a lot of innocent people, the vast majority being people of color, would still be alive.

    A guy brings a gun and opens fire during a fist fight is acting like a gangster not some tagger.

  10. poplockerone Says:

    Ms. Fremon prior to your interviews or Michael’s death, I knew and had contact with a number of these individuals….and whatever details provided to you – there is a whole lot of the backgound story not being told.
    Nevertheless, I’m here waiting for your last piece…..holding my opinion.

  11. Gava Joe Says:

    Sure Fire, you know as well as I do that if blacks and Latinos stopped killing each other, our government would find another way to kill them off.

  12. Hadassah Mae Cheatum Says:

    We got a guy getting edgy Celeste, take your time but hurry it up dear.

  13. Gava Joe Says:

    poplockerone tells a lot of lies. Just remember that when he starts going into detail about the contact he had with “these individuals”.

  14. Gava Joe II Says:

    All these Gava Joes are getting away from the subject here. Maybe Celeste should just delete him. I’m one Gava Joe who wouldn’t object.

  15. Gava Joe III Says:

    I’m another Gava Joe who’d gladly sacrifice my persona for the cause. What’s in a name anyway?

  16. Don Quixote Says:

    We need more strong spirits like these Gavachos.

  17. poplockerone Says:

    I’m just going to say one thing prior to the third part coming out……Michael was a spoil jerk with a bad temper. All his friends will of course say the opposite.
    Even Monsour – “Mr. Scarface” was more receptive on having a decent converstation than even Michael or Slicky Felipe.

  18. GABE Says:

    QUickly, then the law is sayig we could all bring guns to a fight if we believe our friends are in danger. Lets start killing and get away with. Get outta here!

  19. Tracy Morgan Says:

    PopKorn… PopKorn… I want mo PopKorn !!!

  20. GABE Says:

    hey pocket one, u knew michaek persoally. i doubt it. ur boys were straght pussies for doing this.if ud take a beatdown, ud still live to fight another day.”-ice cube

  21. Harriet Upp Says:

    Gabe Said (he’s a kidder!): Get outta here!

    Get outta of here Gabe.. your funny ! Get outta here before I… Get Moving, Slowpoke!
    Loved it,
    Harriet Upp

  22. GABE Says:

    what do u mean harriet?

  23. Erik Estrada Says:

    Whenever the laws of any state are broken, a duly authorized organization swings into action. It may be called the State Police, State Troopers, Militia, or the Highway Patrol. Don’t make open up that can of ‘wup-ass’ gentlemen.
    The testosterone levels here are trending high Mama Celeste. You got my number, use it!!

  24. Jimmy Tumors Says:

    With more of these young pendejos and wanna be cholos running around with guns expect more officer involved
    shootings. I’m gald the cops were good shots.

    http://www.latimes.com/news/local/la-me-deputy-shootings21-2009sep21,0,6722743.story

    “Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies shot and killed three armed suspects in separate incidents over the weekend, bringing the total number of fatal deputy-involved shootings so far this year to 13.”

  25. Gava Joe Says:

    poplockerone has an agenda and he’s lying. Just review all of his comments here and judge for yourself. I promise you you’ll come to the same conclusion I have.

  26. Jimmy Tremors Says:

    You want the truth Mr. Tumors. You can’t handle the truth because you have an agenda. We don’t need no stinkin’ truth.
    http://hatdancing.ytmnd.com/

  27. #17 Says:

    25.Gava Joe Says:
    September 20th, 2009 at 9:57 pm
    poplockerone has an agenda and he’s lying. Just review all of his comments here and judge for yourself. I promise you you’ll come to the same conclusion I have.

    HaHa. Like Gava Joe AKA Robthomas AKA StillNoScript AKA Gust AKA Billy Milligan, doesn’t lie or have an agenda. Review his/their comments and judge for yourself. No offence to the real Gava Joe.

  28. Anonymous Says:

    Celeste
    Please tell me why everytime Murillo is in custody (as he is now) he has these incredibly high bails set, and is only charged with misdemeanors? Those young men never stood a chance, on that night, or in the justice system. The agency investigating this brutal execution, was the very same (location and all) where his brother worked everyday. Is there no such thing as “conflict of interest”? I feel for the families of the victims. Murillo will do this again, and then someone will point out that he got off so many times before. The courts just looked the other way.

  29. LUKE Says:

    y is this cat murillo still aroud causing trouble. he dont give a f&#k if he kills a dude all day everyday!WTF

  30. V V V Says:

    poplock, i am almost embarrassed to even address your comments, but in the Summer before his death, Mike was my best friend. Objectively speaking, he was a deep and loving human being, with a personality that could light up a room.. and one of the most genuine people I have ever met in my life. The reaction to his sad death was not only from his immediate friends and family, but a from anyone that has met him. The outpouring of love was proof of how this person had a special way to touch a nerve within all of us. Your comments are transparent and pathetic. Not to mention, wrong, insensitive and ignorant. I pity your shallow life and lack of human decency. Your comments are not based in truth, rather, they are a reflection of how poor you are as a person…and how unevolved you are as an individual.
    i will pray for you

    on another note, this story should not be written in any sensationalist manner. All that gang content deliniates from the basics. Two hard working young mens lives were ended. and the fall out is a life long of pain for the people who knew them. We who knew and loved Mike and Felix are serving a life term. The families suffer the most.

    Cheap shots are the weakest attempt for those trying to escape guilt on any level.. Cheap shots are basically an admission as well as a revelation of ones character… and a short term pacification for those rooted in cowardness.
    I pray for you.

    v

  31. jenny Says:

    WoW! first off I really think the mother Celeste has accepted that her son is gone. And by obsessing and checking the jail files to find out if murillo is in custody is just weird. Let go!!! Even though Murillo isnt sitting in a jail cell because of the murder Im sure its something he will live with for the rest of his life. And I doubt having a brother in Lapd will get you off of a double murder! Seriously!! Obviously the attorney had enough evidence and witnesses to win the case. Unfortunatley 2 lives were taken. Alot of parents cant accept the fact that their kids are in gangs and the way it sounds he was somehow involved. Now of course the mother has a choice to accept that her son is gone and move on or obsess about what murillo’s life is about! I couldnt imagine loosing my kids to violence but at some point you have to move on. Taking the time aout to blog about your sons death to strangers isnt going to bring him back or really not make you feel any better. Thats just my opinion. Being 23 yrs old partying with gangsters and party crews where theres drinking and drugs a fight is bound to happen. And 1 out of 3 people im sure carried a gun. Now one is to judge either party because no one knows the truth. Of course Im not justifying what happened but honeslty its reality! Of course being a mom you dont want to think your son was in a gang or on drugs but again theres alot more to the story. But after 5 years I think its time to close this chapter in your life and move on. Whats done is done. Im sure Murillo mentally has alot in store for him the rest of his life but what more closure do you need? He cant and wont ever be back in court for this case. He fought it and it went in his favor. And I dont think his brother has that much power to save him from 2 murder cases. Hope some day you put this to rest. Im veryy sorry for your loss.

  32. Macho Prieto Says:

    well destiny was already write for my dear Flaco since the time I got him in 1986 we lived in Northh Hollywood,Ca and that How I found out about his destiny my lovly flaco did not put with nobodys shit,figther and a good one mr murillo is in my list I been on his case for a while his been in and out of jail and he gets out an a day or two his brother the chicken copper or Pig now the I know his name he’ll get it too no problem time will come and if does not come they live in hell all their life im from a land that we wait pacienly for the time to meet and I dont fuck around with this fucking nasty society of money lovers cant wait to meet those pictures thats all I want sooner or later their time will come and live by the gun die by the gun and somebody else will get mr f#@#*& head murillo and company not me cause im better than those scam bags next court date for murillo next year 6/11 if he make it check him out at LASD inmate information and probably after this the copper will probabli make it unsearshable cause you know they bend the justice their way but the people’s justice will come soon or suffer living and list my Felix is resting in peace and fucking murillo is wonder the nasty world of Earth..and can wait to meet you Felix and Mike..remember always I will finish the work sooner or later!! Porque el color the la sangre jamas se olvida LOS MASACRADOS SERAN VENGADO “CHE’

  33. Macho Prieto Says:

    (The information was current as of: 05/30/2010 11:55 PST)

    Booking No.: 2156318 Last Name: MURILLO First Name: ALEJANDRO Middle Name:

    Sex: M Race: H Date Of Birth: 10/07/1980 Age: 29 Hair: BLK Eyes: BRO Height: 507 Weight: 150

    Charge Level: F (Felony)

    ARREST
    Arrest Date: 12/08/2009 Arrest Time: 1515 Arrest Agency: 4219 Agency Description: LAPD-MISSION AREA (NO VLY DIV)

    Date Booked: 12/08/2009 Time Booked: 2120 Booking Location: 4216 Location Description: LAPD – FOOTHILL

    BAIL
    Total Bail Amount: 0 Total Hold Bail Amount: 0.00 Grand Total: 0.00

    HOUSING LOCATION
    Housing Location:

    Permanent Housing Assigned Date: 03/27/2010 Assigned Time: 1819 Visitor Status: N

    Facility:
    Address: City:

    Public Visiting Guidelines

    For County facility visiting hours, Please call (213) 473-6080 at Inmate Information Center.

    COURT
    Next Court Code: NVG Next Court Date: 06/02/2011 Next Court Time: 0830 Next Court Case: PA06638801

    Court Name: NO. VALLEY SUPERIOR CT DEPT G
    Court Address: 900 THIRD STREET Court City: SAN FERNANDOUPT

    RELEASE
    Actual Release Date: 03/27/2010 Release Time: 2016

    CASE INFORMATION
    Case No. Court Name Court Address Court City Bail Amt. Fine Amt. Court Date Sent. Date Sent. Day(s) Disp Code
    9GF00730RM 0 .00 03/26/2010 0
    5SF0174401 NO. VALLEY SUPERIOR CT DEPT G 900 THIRD STREET SAN FERNANDOUPT 0 .00 06/02/2011 03/26/2010 0 PROB
    9SR0460601 NO. VALLEY SUPERIOR CT DEPT G 900 THIRD STREET SAN FERNANDOUPT 0 .00 06/02/2011 03/26/2010 0 PROB
    PA06638801 NO. VALLEY SUPERIOR CT DEPT G 900 THIRD STREET SAN FERNANDOUPT 0 .00 06/02/2011 03/26/2010 0 PROB
    9GF0073001 NO. VALLEY SUPERIOR CT DEPT B 900 THIRD STREET SAN FERNANDOUPT 0 .00 03/26/2010 0 DISM
    Click on specific Case No. for detailed information.

    JUST CHECK HIS RECORD AND HE JUST GETS PROBATION EVERY TIME HE DOES A CRIME THE SISTEM IS WAITING FOR AN OTHER KILL

  34. Macho Prieto Says:

    (The information was current as of: 05/30/2010 11:55 PST)

    Booking No.: 2156318 Last Name: MURILLO First Name: ALEJANDRO Middle Name:

    Sex: M Race: H Date Of Birth: 10/07/1980 Age: 29 Hair: BLK Eyes: BRO Height: 507 Weight: 150

    Charge Level: F (Felony)

    ARREST
    Arrest Date: 12/08/2009 Arrest Time: 1515 Arrest Agency: 4219 Agency Description: LAPD-MISSION AREA (NO VLY DIV)

    Date Booked: 12/08/2009 Time Booked: 2120 Booking Location: 4216 Location Description: LAPD – FOOTHILL

    BAIL
    Total Bail Amount: 0 Total Hold Bail Amount: 0.00 Grand Total: 0.00

    HOUSING LOCATION
    Housing Location:

    Permanent Housing Assigned Date: 03/27/2010 Assigned Time: 1819 Visitor Status: N

    Facility:
    Address: City:

    Public Visiting Guidelines

    For County facility visiting hours, Please call (213) 473-6080 at Inmate Information Center.

    COURT
    Next Court Code: NVG Next Court Date: 06/02/2011 Next Court Time: 0830 Next Court Case: PA06638801

    Court Name: NO. VALLEY SUPERIOR CT DEPT G
    Court Address: 900 THIRD STREET Court City: SAN FERNANDOUPT

    RELEASE
    Actual Release Date: 03/27/2010 Release Time: 2016

    CASE INFORMATION
    Case No. Court Name Court Address Court City Bail Amt. Fine Amt. Court Date Sent. Date Sent. Day(s) Disp Code
    9GF00730RM 0 .00 03/26/2010 0
    5SF0174401 NO. VALLEY SUPERIOR CT DEPT G 900 THIRD STREET SAN FERNANDOUPT 0 .00 06/02/2011 03/26/2010 0 PROB
    9SR0460601 NO. VALLEY SUPERIOR CT DEPT G 900 THIRD STREET SAN FERNANDOUPT 0 .00 06/02/2011 03/26/2010 0 PROB
    PA06638801 NO. VALLEY SUPERIOR CT DEPT G 900 THIRD STREET SAN FERNANDOUPT 0 .00 06/02/2011 03/26/2010 0 PROB
    9GF0073001 NO. VALLEY SUPERIOR CT DEPT B 900 THIRD STREET SAN FERNANDOUPT 0 .00 03/26/2010 0 DISM
    Click on specific Case No. for detailed information.

  35. Celeste Fremon Says:

    Dear MP, I appreciate your affection for Mike and Felix, but be very careful that you don’t post any threats. I realize you did not threaten directly, but you came close. Thank you.

  36. jenny Says:

    Mr. Macho Prieto or whatever your name is, you really sound ignorant and uneducated! Its funny how you waste your time obsessing or should I say stalking Mr. Murillo!! Seriously…you need to get a life! And yea we all know the justice system isnt the greatest but enough with thinking just because his bro his in LAPD he got off these cases. And think about it this way what if the tables were turned? Would you still feel this way?? Were you there that night? Its funny how people jump so quick without knowning the real story! ANYONE who lost their life from self defense is horrible but because Murillo feared for his life and the case was won in self defense gives you a right to assume you or someone else should take his life??????? Then what you think justice would be served then??? or would it just make you feel better??? think about it! and trust me just because Murillo is not sitting in a jail cell doesnt mean this will not affect him for the rest of his life.

  37. jenny Says:

    and actually Celeste it sounds like a real threat to me!! Mr. Macho states this….. “remember always I will finish the work sooner or later!! Porque el color the la sangre jamas se olvida LOS MASACRADOS SERAN VENGADO “CHE’” WOW!!!!!Its truly sad that people have a mentality and want to stoop lower than the opionions they have! NONE of you know what Murillo has gone thru and is going thru so I wouldnt judge anyone! Of course its human to be upset due to the situation but unless you were there that night and know exactly what happened I would really keep your threats to yourself! ANd whats more pathetic is stalking Murillo via internet! Move on!!! He only has to answer to god no one else. And its been several years and to see someone trying to keep tabs on him thru LASD.com is kinda sad..Hopefully you can ask god for the strength to forgive and move on. You will never be able to move 4ward until you let go of the past and hope god helps you with that. And if you think by trying to take Murillo’s life is going to give you ne peace or maybe ur own satisfaction?? actually if you really think bot it this way…you have so much anger beacuse murillo took the life of someone you care about yet you would turn around and try to take his life..hmmmmmm…so that makes you in any better how???? you said you hope murillo rots in hell so if you have thoughts about basically taking his life where do you think your going when you pass away??think bot it!!!!!!! put it to rest already, move on, waste your time on something that will benefit your life and stop obsessing and threating peoples life! Im sorry for your loss but I also think that what your doing isnt going to solve anything at all. and i really hope god gives you the will power to move on…..

  38. Celeste Fremon Says:

    Jenny, I have tiny bit more research to do and then I’ll come back to it as there is so much more to the story.

    Thanks for your comments. This story is filled with tragedy every direction you look.

  39. jenny Says:

    Yes it is filled with tragedy and the tragedy is on both sides! But I also think that this opens alot of doors for some people to take things in a direction that shouldnt be. I mean with the last guy Mr. Macho, he’s posting Murillo’s court/jail status’s on here and also giving threats to him and his company! I honestly know that there is SO much that was not mentioned. EVERYONE sees this in one direction and thats it. Its a tragedy that 2 people lost their life in this and I also dont think people know the WHOLE story about what really happened that night. I truly believe that Murillo feared for his life and had to take action in his own hands at that moment just like anyone else would being in that situation at that time. Everyone thinks that because his bro is an officer he got lucky but that is not true at all. Murillo fought the case and it went in his favor. And trust me no one is to judge what Murillo will be going thru mentally for the rest of his life! I just think people take things way to far then to start to threaten people is ignorant to me. May god bless all you!!! Justice is not taking someones life! Again he fought the case and it went in his favor, NOT BECAUSE HIS BRO IS AN OFFICER!!!!

  40. melissa Says:

    i hope this is put behind everyone since Murillo is not around anymore, im sure all you people with evil hearts will be able to rest now since Murillo has passed and wont be around ever again.

  41. HoneyGirl Says:

    i hope he really is gone!! may he rot in hell!!

  42. melissa Says:

    wow! @honey girl or whatever your alias name is, hope one day you will find god in your life and maybe grow up. Your reply speaks for itself….

  43. luke Says:

    What happened to murillo?

  44. melissa Says:

    Murillo passed…….Would be nice if everyone would now move on and stop trying to drag something that happened over6 years ago..

  45. luke Says:

    But how did he pass away melissa?

  46. melissa Says:

    he had a heart disease that took his life.

  47. comeback kid Says:

    nah. murillo is still up to no good. Dont listen to this chick. Word on the street is he caught another case. Some things never change.

  48. melissa Says:

    caught in another case???? hahaha so much you know! get a life! i was at the funeral!

  49. melissa Says:

    its so funny how you people who have alot to say use dumb alias names!and WHOEVER YOU ARE COMEBACK KID THERE IS NO WORD ON THE STREET BECUASE MURILLO ISNT AROUND ANYMORE….SERIOUSLY YOU ALL HAVE NOTHING BETTER TO DO THAN TO WORRY ABOUT WHAT MURILLO’S LIFE IS LIKE. YOU ALL NEED TO GET A LIFE AND MOVE ON ALREADY….AND FUNNY HOW THIS LADY NEVER FINISHED THIS STORY…DOESNT THAT SAY ANYTHING…..YOU ALL SEE IT FROM ONE SIDE YET DONT THINK ABOUT THE OTHER.. YOU ALL ARE SO QUICK TO PASS JUDGEMENT. CARRYING ON A CASE THAT IS OVER 7 YEARS OLD. MOVE ON!!!!!!!!!!!

  50. lloyd Says:

    hey macho, how do u get a hold of the inmate information?
    R.I.P. MIKE D. R.I.P. FELIX Q. Goodfellas always remembered.

  51. James Spoerl Says:

    I am a Mid-Westerner, so I don’t understand the terms party crew and tagging crew. If they are not gangs, then are they wannabees? Social club doesn’t seem to fit as they are performing some of the normal activities of gangs.
    If you go out, with a good chance or expectation of group fighting, then you are in a gang. Fights sometimes end up with knives or guns. With these, you run the risk of death or great bodily injury. I think that you all need to be realistic. If y’all loved him so much, maybe you needed to say something about his activities before something like this happened.

  52. JENNY Says:

    @JAMES….YES I TOTALLY AGREE WITH YOU! BUT ALOT OF PEOPLE THINK DIFFERENT…

  53. sonny boy Says:

    any news on murillo? i see hes been in out of jail since.

  54. anon Says:

    I’m surprised it didn’t happen sooner….. I remember Michael was involved in a shoot a few years before his death he left his dad old orange SUV with hi plates at the scene …. he was a great guy but was not involved with good people by any means ….. u got it messed up it they called themselves insane hoodlums

  55. anon Says:

    By the way Melissa, Alejandro MURILLO is still alive and in jail at the moment.

  56. IHK Says:

    Anyone know where I can find Alejandro murrillo? I know he stays somewhere in north hills but where?.

  57. melyssa Says:

    at IHK why u looking for Murillo?

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